Briscoe and Green investigate the murder of an elderly woman, Leah Glaser, who is found dead in her apartment. She had just been to an ATM machine, so they believe robbery is the motive. They find a link to other robberies and then to the same home care specialist. What they eventually learn is that Leah was a WW II concentration camp survivor who was testifying against a Nazi war criminal, Stefan Anders, facing deportation. The forensic evidence suggests that someone other than Anders pushed his way into Glaser's apartment and they find a link to a white supremacist record producer. Written by
Did You Know?
This was Al Freeman Jr.
's final acting role before his death on August 9, 2012 at the age of 78. See more
The character of Anders is supposed to be a former SS officer but his so-called Waffen SS photograph suggests that he was in fact regular army (regular forces wore an eagle above the right-breast pocket, whereas SS personnel wore it on the left upper arm). See more
You think Anders was telling the truth? That he didn't have anything to do with Leah Glaser's murder?
[referring to the jury
They knew a guilty man when they saw one.